Riverside Medical Group's cardiology, vascular and thoracic cardiovascular surgery specialists joined forces to become the Peninsula's largest specialist group. Effective May 1, 2013, practice names changed, with signs, letterhead and office materials now reflecting the Riverside name.

Former Medical Group Name

New Group Name

Cardiovascular Center of Hampton Roads
Annex Building
500 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard
Newport News, VA 23601
Riverside Cardiology Specialists
A Department of Riverside Regional Medical Center
Cardiovascular Center of Hampton Roads
11803 Jefferson Avenue, Suite 110
Newport News, VA 23606
Riverside Cardiology Specialists
A Department of Riverside Regional Medical Center
Cardiovascular Center of Hampton Roads
7547 Medical Drive, Suite 2100
Gloucester, VA 23061
Riverside Cardiology Specialists
A Department of Riverside Walter Reed Hospital
Riverside Heart Specialists
2112 Hartford Road, Suite B
Hampton, VA 23666
Riverside Cardiology Specialists
A Department of Riverside Regional Medical Center
Cardiovascular Health
117 Bulifants Boulevard
Williamsburg, VA 23188
Riverside Cardiology Specialists
A Department of Riverside Regional Medical Center
Peninsula Vascular Surgery
Annex Building, Suite 603
500 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard
Newport News, VA 23601
Riverside Vascular Specialists
A Department of Riverside Regional Medical Center
Peninsula Vascular Surgery
156-A Strawberry Plains Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188
Riverside Vascular Specialists
A Department of Riverside Regional Medical Center
Riverside Tidewater Thoracic & Cardiovascular
Annex Building, Suite 602
500 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard
Newport News, VA 23601
Riverside Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
A Department of Riverside Regional Medical Center

Greater Integration
All of these practices have become outpatient departments of Riverside Regional Medical Center in Newport News or Riverside Walter Reed Hospital in Gloucester. Sometimes you will see the term 'provider based' used to describe the new status.

Riverside has committed to implementing provider based status for relevant affiliates of the health system. Aligning these practices closer to the health system allows them to keep and attract high quality physicians, establishes enhanced quality and safety standards like those required of hospitals, provides more consistency in the delivery of care, and supports up to date facilities.